A team of linguists and polyglots is raising the bar for language learning applications with a proprietary, machine-learning algorithm that identifies patterns to create a learning experience that closely simulates total immersion language training. This incredible team of Glossika was selected by Taiwan Tech Arena (TTA) as one of the 100 featured Taiwanese startups showcased at CES 2021.
Glossika sorts natural languages by structure and difficulty, delivering memory, pronunciation, and fluency skills to language learners between any two languages. With its smart technology, Glossika helps users speak a language better and faster in the shortest time possible.
With more than 60 languages available on their platform, Glossika comes in as a strong contender in the online learning space amid a rise in demand fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The online language learning market is expected to see a compound annual growth rate of 18.7% from 2020 to 2027, when it should reach a value of $21.2 billion. The COVID-19 pandemic has required many students to stay home to study rather than attending in-person classes, pushing learning platforms to innovate to earn a big slice of this new demand.
Algorithm-supported Method Helps Learners Achieve Language Fluency in the Shortest Possible Time
In learning a language, achieving fluency is the ultimate goal. Glossika learns from its users and finds out the optimal way to achieve this result.
“We provide customized content based on each user’s level, using full sentence practice in context to ensure that the acquisition of vocabulary, pronunciation, and grammar is more natural. All of this leads to fluency.”
Glossika’s machine learning also ensures that users don’t forget what they learn. “Glossika predicts when a learner is about to forget. The Glossika algorithms prepare a review list every day to strengthen a student’s vocabulary and sentences into long-term memory.”
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